Our Department

  • Conventional scans
  • Positron emission

Having a test

Your doctor has prescribed a scintigraphy scan for you. These documents are intended to give you all the information you need about the tests.

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Nuclear medicine

The Nuclear Medicine department carries out conventional scans and positron emission tomography.

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Women of childbearing potential

Women of childbearing potential need to take some precautions.

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Our opening hours

Monday – Friday:  8:00 A.M. – 5:00 P.M.
Emergencies: 24 HOURS A DAY, 7 DAYS A WEEK

Our address

BP 489 MC 98012 CEDEX

Contact Us

Department +377 97 98 96 59

FAX +377 97 98 96 76

Switchboard +377 97 98 99 00

Conventional scans

Most conventional scans are performed in the department.
The most common scans include bone scintigraphy to investigate rheumatological and infectious diseases or cancer, cardiac perfusion imaging, either to investigate heart disease or to investigate heart rhythm or left ventricular function, lung scans, neuroendocrine tumour scans (somatostatin receptors, MIBG), brain scans in Parkinson’s disease, thyroid scans and renal scans.

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Positron emission topography (PET)

Several kinds of PET scans can be performed, depending on the tracer used. The most common scan, which is carried out every day, is of course the 18F-FDG (glucose derivative) PET scan. However, it requires preparation in that the patient must strictly fast for 6 hours (contact the department for more information). This examination is prescribed in cancer cases, as well as for infectious/inflammatory or neurological conditions.

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